Solar2D is a Lua based game engine with focus on ease of iterations and usage.
Develop for mobile, desktop, and connected TV devices with just one code base: iOS, tvOS, Android, Android TV, macOS, Windows, Linux or HTML5.
This is a fully open source project that is forked of the well established and widely used Corona SDK game engine.
- Develop for mobile, desktop, and connected TV devices with just one code base: iOS, tvOS, Android, Android TV, macOS, Windows, Linux or HTML5.
- Solar2D allows creating apps easily.
- Supported by a detailed documentation system.
- A vibrant community of both application and game developers.
- Simulator, which runs the app directly on PC/Mac, simplifies the prototyping process and helps quickly test ideas and concepts.
- A logical and consistent API that covers over 1000 functions and allows to get things up and running very fast.
- Plugins – numerous plugins which extend the Solar2D core for features like in-app advertising, analytics, media, and much more.
- Call any native (C/C++/Obj-C/Java) library or API using Solar2D Native.
Developer: shchvova and contributors
License: MIT License
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